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FREE ORBAN INSIDE™ AUDIO PROCESSINGON A NAUTEL VS SERIES TRANSMITTER
Nautel’s VS Series transmitters are your proven choice for Translators and with Free Orban Inside you get built-in quality audio processing too!
Features such as IP audio options, USB backup audio, SNMP support, FSK ID, advanced control and monitoring combined with Orban Optimod 5500 five-band and two-band processing for quality sound give outstanding value in a compact box.
Plus with every VS Series transmitter you get:
WORLD CLASS 24/7 SUPPORT – Nautel has never discontinued support on any product and our standard four-year warranty on all broadcast transmitters further establishes us as the industry’s trusted source for long term transmitter support. Emergency technical support is available by phone 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
PROVEN RELIABILITY – Solid-state components within a compact yet rugged VS architecture are crafted completely within Nautel’s North American manufacturing facilities.
EASE OF OWNERSHIP – Easy-to-access washable air filters, published parts lists and screw driver replaceable power amplifiers make living with your VS transmitter easy for years to come. Plus your VS parts can be shipped as late as 8:30 PM CST from our Memphis warehouse.
OTHER STATIONS LOVE VS TRANSLATORSHEAR FROM WDGY & WREY
Greg Borgen – President, WDGY/WREY – has been using three VS Series transmitters as AM Translators with zero issues since March 2016. “Set ‘em and forget ‘em basically. Nautel’s are bullet proof!”
When looking to buy an AM Translator, Greg wanted “dependability and the highest quality possible” and chose Nautel because “they’re built to last and the best that money can buy.”
He purchased all three Nautel VS transmitters with built-in Orban Inside™ audio processing and says they all sound fabulous, “Sound every bit as good, if not better, as the big corporate facilities in my market. We’ve had many ‘audio geeks’ call us raving about the great sound!”
Greg uses the AUI control functionality via the Internet to monitor his VS transmitters but has “never encountered any deviations that we need to adjust.” During his quick and easy install he used the audio processing presets, “let ‘em rip” and has not had to touch them since.
The most important advice I can give a station looking to do this would be ‘Don’t cut corners, buy the highest quality equipment that you can. You’ll know it will work and serve you well.”
WDGY: VS1 translator to 103.7 FM; VS300 translator to 92.1 FM.
WREY: VS1 translator to 94.9 FM.
AM Translator Questions? Review these Resources…
LISTEN TO THIS WEBINAR –AM TRANSLATOR CONSIDERATIONS
Host Chuck Kelly and guests Jeff Welton and John Garziglia explore what it takes to get an AM translator on the air successfully. John Garziglia is a specialist in Communications Law at Womble Carlyle in DC and has extensive FCC Attorney experience.
READ THIS eBOOK –AM TRANSLATORS: WHAT’S NEXT?
This eBook lays out the recent history of translators for AM and explores questions for stations that are pursuing this tactic. Everything from when you can start building, to whether AM broadcasters are finding financial success.
Hear from broadcasters, translator veterans and technical experts including Ed Henson Jr., Bud Walters, Chuck Anderson, Sam Wallington, Timothy Warner, Ron Castro, Cal Zethmayr and John Garziglia.